Dr. Lesley Gregoricka is a biological anthropologist in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, & Social Work who specializes in bioarchaeology and biogeochemistry to interpret past behaviors using ancient human skeletal remains. She received her BA in Anthropology from the University of Notre Dame, and her MA and Ph.D. in Anthropology from The Ohio State University. Dr. Gregoricka currently teaches a variety of hands-on courses in forensic anthropology and human osteology, and involves students in local forensic cases.
Dr. Sarah Koon-Magnin is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice who focuses on the crime control legislation and the victimization experience. She received her B.A. in Sociology from the University of Missouri and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Crime, Law, and Justice from The Pennsylvania State University. She regularly teaches Introduction to Criminal Justice (a requirement for the minor) and Introduction to the Offender (an upper-division elective for the minor).
Ms. Stephanie Fisher is an adjunct instructor with the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice, and also works as a forensic scientist with Spectra Analysis Instruments, specializing in forensic controlled substance analysis. She received her BS in Chemistry and Biology from the University of South Alabama and also holds a BA in Criminal Justice and a Masters in Public Administration. Before teaching at the University of South Alabama, Ms. Fisher worked as a forensic scientist for eight years with the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences in Mobile, AL.